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Bharti Airtel announces Amrita Padda as chief people officer

New Delhi: Telecom giant Bharti Airtel on Wednesday announced the appointment of Amrita Padda as its chief people officer, with effect from 1 October. She will report to Bharti Airtel MD and CEO, Gopal Vittal. Padda was previously associated with Hindustan Unilever for over two decades, where she...

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No exemption for mainstream media from new IT rules, says MIB

The ministry of information and broadcasting has refused to grant an exemption to the digital news content of mainstream television channels and print media from the ambit of the new IT Rules, 2021 and asked all the digital news publishers and the OTT platforms to comply with the new rules without...

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Football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano joins hands with Sportskeeda

New Delhi: Global sports and esports news website Sportskeeda has announced a collaboration with Italian football expert Fabrizio Romano, ahead of an action-packed season for football fans across the globe. Starting now, Sportskeeda’s readers will be treated to in-depth analysis and exclusive...

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RIL's M&E biz EBITDA margin rises to 17% in FY21

Despite all odds, Reliance Industry Limited's (RIL) media & entertainment business has recorded profitability during the pandemic-hit financial year. According to the company's latest annual report, Network18’s consolidated operating margins expanded to 17 per cent in FY 21, up from 11.5 per...

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NBF backs supreme court observation on misused sedition laws

KOLKATA: The News Broadcasters Federation has supported the concern, as expressed by the Supreme Court, over rampant misuse of antiquated sedition laws in India to gag and muzzle the media from dissemination constructive criticism of authorities in power in public interest.

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